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    Māori, minority and student radio, 1960s to 2010s

    Māori radio The first iwi radio station, Te Upoko o te Ika in Wellington, officially began broadcasting in 1987. It was developed from the pioneering experimental Wellington station Te Reo o Poneke (1983–86). Māori gained wider access to broadcasting freq ...

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    Colonial critics, 19th century

    responses. A critic’s opinion can help make or break a show or film, and can affect sales of books or music. ... newspapers of the 1840s occasionally reproduced book reviews from British or Australian papers, a practice ... which continued for many years. The first reviews written locally were of non-fiction books or pamphlets ...

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    Struggle with modernity, 1900 to 1960s

    events. Shibli Bagarag (Pat Lawlor) wrote book reviews for Aussie magazine and the New Zealand Railways ... Magazine. Until the 1940s New Zealand literature was regularly reviewed on the Red Page of Sydney’s ... country’s only serious early film critic. Critical writing in books Introductory essays were another source ...

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    Expanding the horizons of criticism, 1960s to 2014

    , Beattie’s Book Blog and Landfall Review Online. Film-review sites included ViewAuckland’s cinema page and ... Book reviews have been a prominent feature on Radio New Zealand National, (formerly the National ... on the radio and in print. In the 2010s Radio New Zealand National had daily book review programmes, ...

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    Introduction

    two books of paintings on the basis of a six-month stay in New Zealand in 1844 William Strutt, who ...

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    19th-century landscape painting

    book Adventure in New Zealand was illustrated with engravings that presented the settlements in an ...

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    Images of Māori

    warriors.’ 1 Partly to challenge the image of Māori as dangerous cannibals, Angas produced a book, The New ... and follow the conventions of landscape painting. War artists Soldiers painted scenes from the New ...

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    New birth – the 1890s

    In the 1890s three professional painters with a background of success in European art circles settled in New Zealand – Petrus van der Velden, Girolamo Nerli and James Nairn. None had a long career in New Zealand, but their influence was considerable. The ...

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    Problems of isolation, 1900 to 1940

    institutional developments. A journal, Art in New Zealand, began in 1928 and provided a forum for criticism. ...

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    Nationalism and landscape painting, 1935 to 1965

    outside Christchurch. Others in The Group included Louise Henderson, Rata Lovell-Smith, Evelyn Page ...

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